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Yahoo! Sports has the scoop.
"When practice is over and film study is done, LSU quarterbacks, as most college kids do, play video games.

The difference is Matt Flynn and Ryan Perrilloux are usually still working on the game plan for the BCS national championship game against Ohio State when they fire up the Xbox these days.

LSU offensive coordinator Gary Crowton has used a custom-made video game to help his quarterbacks learn to read defenses."

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# 1 Scott @ 01/05/08 06:19 PM
saw this earlier...very interesting
# 2 oakfan162 @ 01/05/08 06:21 PM
Originally Posted by Scott
saw this earlier...very interesting
Saw this on Yahoo earlier too.
Very cool stuff.

I know that the company that did this also works with the Oregon programs.
# 3 RAZRr1275 @ 01/05/08 07:54 PM
I want this game.
# 4 Hammerhunker @ 01/06/08 03:14 PM
As a coach, this isn't new to use video games for training purposes. There have been numerous articles in football coaching magazines about this. Tony Dungy uses them, as does Joe Paterno's staff. Paterno calls it tv football. That is why I have been really disappointed with the new gen games. They have lacked the create a play features.

I would love this game too.

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